DAB multiplexesDAB radio transmits by using digital multiplexes, which carry several radio stations together as a single broadcast. Some of these multiplexes cover cities, some counties, some regions and others are national. Click on a multiplex name below to see details of the stations carried and the area each multiplex is broadcast to.
AberdeenAyrBBC National DABBerks & N HantsBirminghamBournemouthBradfrd&HuddersfBristolCambridgeCentral ScotlandCornwallCoventryD1 NationalD1 NationalDerbyshireDevonDevonEdinburghEssexGlasgowGloucestershireHereford-WorcsHerts Beds BucksHumbersideInvernessKentLancashireLeedsLeicestershireLincolnshireLiverpoolLondon 1London 2London 3ManchesterMid & West WalesN. IrelandNE Wales W CheshNorfolkNorth West WalesNorth West WalesNorth YorkshireNorthamptonshireNottinghamshireOxfordshirePeterboroughPlymouthTrial BirminghamTrial BrightonTrial BristolTrial CambridgeTrial LondonTrial NorwichTrial PortsmouthTrial WokingSDL NationalSheffieldSomersetSouth East WalesSouth HampshireStoke & StaffordSurreySussexSussexSwansea SW WalesSwindonTaysideTeessideTrial GlasgowTrial ManchesterTyne & WearW & S WiltshireWolvton & Shrop
DAB broadcast frequenciesDAB transmissions use the part of the VHF broadcasting band.
The specific frequencies are:
5A 174.928MHz7D 194.064MHz8A 195.936MHz8B 197.648MHz9A 202.928MHz9B 204.64MHz9C 206.352MHz10B 211.648MHz10C 213.36MHz10D 215.072MHz11A 211.648MHz11B 218.64MHz11C 220.352MHz11D 222.064MHz12A 223.936MHz12B 225.648MHz12C 227.36MHz12D 229.072MHz
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Sorry that no-one seems to have previously spotted your post.
LBC is on the Digital One multiplex which is broadcast from Lark Stoke. Trying to find information about faults or maintenance with commercial DAB multiplexes seems to be a big issue these days and I've not spotted any reports that may be of any help.
I can only suggest that if the issues continue you try contacting LBC who should be able to contact the right sections of Arqiva, and/or email Arqiva at email@example.com
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Having said no-one had spotted your post, it did seem familiar. I had previously replied but the link had taken me to the Icomb Hill page and I couldn't find your original post. I'm afraid a lot of the DAB pages here are not working correctly.
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